I am having trouble understanding how to choose an x value and a corresponding y value, for example,
y= -3x + 1, y= -4/5x + 13/7, or y=4 - 3x -x^2
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I just show you two examples: y= -3x + 1 and y=4 - 3x -x^2.
When you graph these functions, you need to get as many points as you can, then you can draw a smooth curve.
For instance, y=-3x+1
The graph should be a line. In this case, it becomes much easier, since two distinct points on the line can ...
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